John Holdren

A new report describes the public health risks of climate change in sobering detail.
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Historic climate deal between U.S. and China: it's the deal Republicans said could never be done
You've read the headlines. Whether it's the exponential melt of glaciers, declining crop yields, loss of biodiversity, super-storms powered by warming oceans, or the increasing vulnerability of drinking water supplies to contamination, we are living well beyond our means.
"It hasn't been delivered. The challenge now is to take this information off the page and actually communicate it, actually
Podesta said that the administration is "in the throes of finalizing" a strategy on methane emissions. "I think you can expect
Despite the fact that Will has the combined credibility of Barry Bonds and BP Oil on environmental and sustainability affairs, there are reasons for empathizing with him at times. In fact, one reason plopped in my inbox this morning!
If we are to remain leaders in scientific innovation, we will need to let the science determine the research, not those looking
That left plenty of room for speculation about what was going on behind closed doors. "One of the central tensions in the
The Presidential Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) recently issued a report which looks at the underlying causes of our current crisis and makes recommendations on how to fix it.
In many cases, explained Ruch, scientists are still working for the same managers they were in the Bush administration. And